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A stolen painting of Saint Luke the Evangelist signed “Rembrandt,” which previously belonged to the Giorgio Cini Foundation, has been recovered after 35 years, La Nuova de Venezia reports. The work … Continue reading Stolen “Rembrandt” Found After 35 Years
Claude Monet‘s Waterloo Bridge, London (1903) is the latest famous canvas recovered from Cornelius Gurlitt’s hidden stash of priceless artwork, AFA News reports. The long-lost masterpiece is part of a … Continue reading Important Monet Found Among Nazi-Era Art Trove, Valued At $13 Million
“The 1961 painting Electric Cord was handed over to Barbara Castelli in New York by federal authorities. The art work, valued at about $4m (£2.4m) went missing after being sent for … Continue reading Missing Lichtenstein painting returns after 42 years in NYC
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has unearthed a 1,600 square foot tile mosaic thought to have decorated a Roman pool in the ancient city of Antochia ad Cragum. Students of the university have … Continue reading Ancient Roman Poolside Mosaic discovered in Turkey
In the mid 1950’s Picasso created 50 or so Gemmaux paintings at the Malherbe Studio in France. This particular painting, found in the basement of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science … Continue reading Picasso’s “Seated Woman With Red Hat” found in Indiana Museum Basement
“The Potomack Company, based in Alexandria, Va., is scheduled to auction off the small pastel-colored painting it believes is Renoir’s “Paysage Bords de Seine” on Sept. 29, and has valued it … Continue reading Pierre-Auguste Renoir Painting Surfaces at a Shenandoah Valley flea market.